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Noun1.Pyrocephalus - a genus of TyrannidaePyrocephalus - a genus of Tyrannidae    
bird genus - a genus of birds
superfamily Tyrannidae, Tyrannidae - New World tyrant flycatchers most numerous in Central America and South America but also in the United States and Canada
Pyrocephalus rubinus mexicanus, vermillion flycatcher, firebird - tropical American flycatcher found as far north as southern Texas and Arizona; adult male has bright scarlet and black plumage
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Only a few cases of IBP have been reported for neotropical songbirds, they include representatives of different families: White-throated Magpie-Jay (Calocitta formosa) (Corvidae) (Langen 1996), Vermilion Flycatcher (Pyrocephalus rubinus) (Tyrannidae) (Rios-Chelen et al.
But there have been other beauties, such as a vermilion flycatcher, an Andean condor and a burrowing owl.
People are still talking about the vermilion flycatcher from the southwest United States that was spotted in Ohio two years ago," says birder Linda Henry of Auburn Township, Ohio.
Still Wehtje said they spotted five species of swallows in an area that usually doesn't have any, as well as golden eagles and a vermilion flycatcher.
Their Arizona highlights included a bald eagle, a grey hawk, a white-tailed kite, a burrowing owl, a communal roost of barn owls and a "stunning" vermilion flycatcher, seen at Benson Sewage Ponds.
I monitored 250 Vermilion Flycatcher nests at Fort Clark Springs, a pri vate residential community in Kinney County, Texas (29[degrees] 18' N, 100[degrees] 43' W) during 1999-2002.
The Vermilion Flycatcher had the most restricted range within our study region and correlations were positive, increasing to a high at segment length 22 and decreasing thereafter.
And while it's unusual to see one of these mainly nocturnal cats, birders are often thrilled to find thick-billed parrots, elegant trogons, golden eagles and vermilion flycatchers in the Sierra Madre.
In the 1800s explorers Jebediah Smith and Kit Carson visited Afton Canyon, a spectacular gorge in California's Mojave Desert near Barstow and stumbled upon an Eden-esque scene: vermilion flycatchers and summer tanagers flitted between robust cottonwoods lining the bank.